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What is the Power Rating?

The Power Rating is a ranking system that tries to capture games that the other computer ratings on this site don't account for.  If your team plays schools outside of Oregon or outside your own classification, this rating may have some meaning for you.

The Power Rating is a computer-based ranking system that tries to go a step further than the RPI Rating.  It assigns points to each game a team plays based on the record of the team they played and where the game was played.  This formula attempts to make reasonable adjustments to ratings to factor in games against non-Oregon opponents as well as games against higher and lower classifications while also reflecting home court advantage.

Points are assigned based on the table below.  In addition, an adjustment is made to these points for higher/lower classification opponents.  For games against higher classifications, add 3 points for each class higher.  For games against lower classifications, subtract 3 points for each class lower.  Games against JV squads are not included since there are no records maintained on this site for JV teams.  For non-Oregon opponents, I have determined the school's equivalent class based on the school's enrollment.

The Power Index will change after each game played--it does not look at the records when the games were played, but rather what the current records are of the teams they played.
Result  Opponent Record Location Points
 win greater or equal to 0.667 away 15
 win greater or equal to 0.667 neutral 14.5
 win greater or equal to 0.667 home 14
 win at least 0.500 and less than 0.667 away 13
 win at least 0.500 and less than 0.667 neutral 12.5
 win at least 0.500 and less than 0.667 home 12
 win at least 0.333 and less than 0.500 away 11
 win at least 0.333 and less than 0.500 neutral 10.5
 win at least 0.333 and less than 0.500 home 10
 win less than 0.333 away 9
 win less than 0.333 neutral 8.5
 win less than 0.333 home 8
 loss greater or equal to 0.667 away 7
 loss greater or equal to 0.667 neutral 6.5
 loss greater or equal to 0.667 home 6
 loss at least 0.500 and less than 0.667 away 5
 loss at least 0.500 and less than 0.667 neutral 4.5
 loss at least 0.500 and less than 0.667 home 4
 loss at least 0.333 and less than 0.500 away 3
 loss at least 0.333 and less than 0.500 neutral 2.5
 loss at least 0.333 and less than 0.500 home 2
 loss less than 0.333 away 1
 loss less than 0.333 neutral .5
 loss less than 0.333 home 0

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